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center. >>> poignant moments in palm desert, california, where representatives of the current and previous first families attended a memorial service for betty ford, who died friday at the age of 93. our own brian williams is there and we'll hear from him in a bit. but nbc's lee cowan joins us, lee? >> reporter: hey, ann. this is the first of two tributes in two different states for betty ford and in keeping with her very take-charge attitude she was very specific about how she wanted to be remembered. to that end, both politics and her passion for people were front and center. >> reporter: for a first lady admired for being so public, betty ford's final trip up the steps of the church where she worshipped for more than 30 years was ever so private. ♪ preceded by her four children her casket made its way up the aisle in st. margaret's episcopal church. the same place where the nation bid her husband farewell, too. >> we remember before you this day our sister, betty. >> reporter: the largest gathering of first ladies since then. michelle obama and hillary clinton. rosalind c
. check out the heat in palm springs, 112 palm springs. first it's going to be cool and kind of bzy at the game with the dodgers. 7:15 first pitch. tonight without the clouds, temperatures will be cooler in the 50s and few 60s holding out around concord and antioch. here is the area of high pressure as another area of high pressure down to the southwest that. one that is going to bring us the warmer weather, tomorrow's temperatures jump 6-89 degrees as you head inland and temperatures will be pretty close to average, 90 inland and mid to upper 70s around the bay and low to mid-50s around the coast and sunday and monday when we see warmer weather. >>> the institute of medicine is calling on the government to make sure that birth control is available for free. non-partisan panel of doctors wants to require insurance companies to cover birth control as preventative care and that would mean no copayments and it would include counseling on sexually trance tras transmitted diseases. >>> new r suggests millions of patients with alzheimer's disease could be prevented if people choose to lea
with more. >>> look how lovely this belong is, palm trees and redwood trees. you can imagine the shock of residents when they came out early this morning and found a burning body right there in the street. >> this quiet section of oakland hardly ever hears about any type of crime. residents weren't prepared to hear 'a burning body in the middle of the street. >> what? wow! >> the call came in at 4:40. >> a body was found this morning. there is fire injuries to the body. it appears to be a female, we're not sure right now, unknown race and age. >> one investigator says evidence so far suggests the victim is not a rest dewtd of this area. a car was heard leaving the area and the neighborhood has easy access to highway 24. the body koo could have been brought here or dumped here. do not know why this area. >> i'm just shocked. i mean this is a quiet neighborhood. >> this rockridge neighborhood has tree lines and large homes and neighbors that appear to know each other. the nice features of this neighborhood may have made eight target for a place to get rid of a body. it's quiet and the st
for saturday is around the state. and 117 in palm springs. 8 in sacramento. and yosemite, 93 degrees, 75 big sur. there is a little bit of fog. and numbers are going to be dropping and 115 in palm springs. 85 degrees in tahoe. and 90 degrees in the south bay. and there is along the coast looking at upper 60s. and 70 into sunset district. you'll see the sun and warmth. and east bay communities 83 oakland. and there is near 90 degrees, and concord, livermore, 78 and you might get the fog. here is the accu-weather forecast. there is a hot weekend. and 70s at beaches and monday, 4th of july is a drop off and looking fabulous from coast to inland, temperatures bouncing into triple digits range for tuesday inland. there is low 70s along the coast. wednesday, through friday, mid to upper 90s inland. however we'll hang on to heat inland. and really a long stretch of hot weather that is ahead. >> thank you very much. >> just head here, robot as a toy and surveillance for parents trying to keep an eye on kids. >> then at 6:00 bay area city that is getting into the home selling business cut putting it
lasts throughout the weekend. high temperatures tomorrow state wide, 99 in chico. 117 in palm springs. 86 in los angeles, similar readings sunday, 100 in sacramento. and there is 115 in palm springs sunday. here in the bay area, looking for highs into upper 80s to low 90s, and there is mid to upper 60s on the coast. downtown 76. 70 into sunset district. and there is near east bay highs into 8 ows. and mid-90s and we're going to expect highs into 70s near the bay. here is the accu-weather forecast. up to 100 degrees on sunday. and again, tuesday. and there is monday, looking warm also, visibility should be good and the heat goes on.. >> oh, boy. >> more in the next half hour. >> i'm with you. hot. >> it's hot. >> and michael vick is getting his old job back. nike announced its resigned the quarterback to an endorsement deal. nike dropped it after he made a plea deal in connection with a dog fighting ring. nike says it supports changes but did not condone his past action. >> jennifer aniston is shredding her good girl image in a big way. >> here with the premier of her new movie. >> may
at the camp and it comes almost instantaneously overnight back into 29 palms. it comes to quantico and then those things that are applicable that are urgent, we put to 29 palms and the training now, they turn it overnight and they will incorporate that into their training the next day. >> since we're talking about lessons learned, let me take you to the libya operation really quickly. ordinary for an operation like that the navy would have made one aircrafta carriers available, but instead it was uss keer sarge that responded, flying to mission as day over the early part of the vision and formed a fairly potent strike force. what were some of the lessons learned in that operation and what does it tell us about how we should be using these big amphibious ships in the future? >> i think it is a testimony to the big deck amphibians. right now we have 11. navy has 11 cbn aircraft carriers, so our nation at large has 22 large deck what i call capital ships. >> power projection ships? >> power projection ships. ships that can influence the action. so we have 11 -- excuse me, 22 now and e
. check out the heat in palm springs, 112 palm springs. first it's going to be cool and kind of breezy at the game with the dodgers. 7:15 first pitch. tonight without the clouds, temperatures will be cooler in the 50s and few 60s holding out around concord and antioch. here is the area of high pressure as another area of high pressure down to the southwest that. one that is going to bring us the warmer weather, tomorrow's temperatures jump 6-89 degrees as you head inland and temperatures will be pretty close to average, 90 inland and mid to upper 70s around the bay and low to mid-50s around the coast and sunday and monday when we see warmer weather. >>> the institute of medicine is calling on the government to make sure that birth control is available for free. non-partisan panel of doctors wants to require insurance companies to cover birth control as preventative care and that would mean no copayments and it would include counseling on sexually trance tras transmitted diseases. >>> new r suggests millions of patients with alzheimer's disease could be prevented if people choose to lea
. ,,,,,,,,,,,, former first lady betty ford will be held on tuesday in palm desert. . >>> we are learning funeral services for betty ford will be held on tuesday in palm desert. ford died friday at age 93. >>> the president and leaders will meet tomorrow to try to reach a deal on raising the debt limit. the talks today that left republicans and democrats still farah part with the clock ticking. >> reporter: the president and congressional leaders sat down at white house in a rare sunday night meeting. for about an hour and a half they worked to strike a deal on how to reduce the nation's deficit. the president pressed his plan that would cut around four trillon in spending but republicans don't like it because it has tax increases. >> with 9.2% unemployment it's a terrible idea. >> reporter: the speaker of the house suggested cutting it if half but the white house insists whatever the size the deal will have to end tax breaks for special interests. >> at the end of the day what we are seeing is the priority of our colleges colleges is to protect special interest tax breaks. >> reporter: the p
and first ladies led the mourners for betty ford in palm desert, california. she was remembered as a first lady who made a big impact on women in all walks of life. karen brown reports. >> reporter: the body of former first lady betty ford lay in repose at st. margaret's church. the public was invited to view the casket and sign a guest book. >> a great first lady, a great american, a great wife. ♪ >> reporter: the funeral for mrs. ford brought together republicans and democrats alike, including four first ladies, past and present. rosalind carter recalled her battle with breast cancer. >> she used influence of the office of first lady to promote early detection and millions of women are in her debt today. >> as is customary, mrs. ford planned her own funeral and chose who would speak. among her instructions, they were to celebrate the power of friendship over political differences. mrs. ford was not only remembered as a first lady but as the founder of the renowned treatment center that bears her name. >> we listened to you tell stories about your own feelings. we felt close to you for
of time that rest might come, the dream of rest, that unrest might arise. the dream of the palm, the pilgrims would enter the village. the dream of the village, that they depart with their palms and the house dreaming of his leveling and the exile as well, the dream of night that the day would be purified, the dream of day that the dark would be lifted, and the dream of the dream but who is to speak of this? i don't think this needs to be explained, it's called mad man with broom. the realist crows return at earliest morning. and the madman with broom, madman in his night shirt with a broom, he, too, returns. he thinks to roust the crows from the mulberry boughs by jabing and swirling his broom, by crazily twirling his broom in the wet summer air and hurling curses skyward beyond the boughs and the crows toward the fading gods beyond the fading stars. but the realist crows know it is only a man in a nightshirt after dawn; that the broom is a broom and that his cries are nothing more than words and half words the heavy air will swallow. they rise anyway from the tree, as best to
heal bone makes in the sunlight in the palms of my hand in my mind. when you come to my bed your hands and breath is sweet and we can love like this for hours. i can find christ in your body. this too must be constructed and killed bike on television with pain and blood that's beautiful like a red refer. you made me into a woman and i surend erred into it a man-made into a woman and returned. but you don't want to my bed this is the metal cloth you are chained to in the polytechnic. and i do we do it slowly with timed extensions of christ, his face removed and his penis removed the maggets and the wounds the teeth and hair weeks before he is your christ in the black pit with you. each day becomes eternity of days the sun never sets or rises the light bulb on a wire as i burn you 117 times with my cigarettes while the other guards have gone out for a meal beef stake tomatoes and red wines then i will ask for your for giveness. you look at me or rather you stair at me, make a picture on my eyelids and my disks covering my ice to the pupils through the tinted lenses. i wear the sun glasse
died friday at age 93. funeral services held in palm desert. others on wednesday and thursday in grand rapids michigan. carter will be among the eulogieses. >>> president obama and congressional leaders will meet again tomorrow to try and strike a deal on the nation's borrowing limit. susan shows us republicans and democrats still remain far apart and the clock is ticking. >> reporter:president obama and congressional leaders sat down together at the white house in a rare sunday night meeting. for about an hour and a half, they worked to strike a deal on how to reduce the nation's deficit. president obama pressed his plan that would cut around $4 trillion in spending, but republicans don't like it because he has tax increases. >> with 9.2% unemployment, it's a job killer. >> reporter:john boehner suggested cutting the debt package in half. whatever the size, the deal will have to end tax breaks for the special interest. >> at the end of the day, the prior city not to get a deficit reduction deal, it's to protect big corporations. >> reporter:the president has given congress ten days be
lovely this belong is palm trees and redwood trees. you can imagine the shock of residents when they came out early this morning and found a burning body right there in the street. >> this quiet section of oakland hardly ever hears about any type of crime. residents weren't prepared to hear 'a burning body in the middle of the street. >> what? wow! >> the call came in at 4:40. >> a body was found this morning. there is fire injuries to the body. it appears to be a female we're not sure right now unknown race and age. >> one investigator says evidence so far suggests the victim is not a rest dewtd of this area. a car was heard leaving the area and the neighborhood has easy access to highway 24. the body koo could have been brought here or dumped here. do not know why this area. >> i'm just shocked. i mean this is a quiet neighborhood. >> this rockridge neighborhood has tree lines and large homes and neighbors that appear to know each other. the nice features of this neighborhood may have made eight target for a place to get rid of a body. it's quiet and the streets are very dark at night.
mailboxes to our destination. she moves her lips as if remembering. before i came here, i had a name. 4 palm trees faced us when we landed loomed like guardians to pass the golden gate we tell them what they wanted to hear. on this island of desperate dreams we shed our skins and wore new once. we burned our parents name and let our past curl into smoke. no longer my father's daughter. no longer my husband's wife. only the sea gulls know who i really am. for months we were held in separate rooms the dampness went through the bunks and gnawed our bones the wales of ghosts kept us awake. 32 steps to my father's house. 4 windows facing north. 24 steps to my uncle's house, 2 doors facing south. i have 3 sisters, 2 brothers, 4 cousins on my father's side. now i store the memory in a drawer along with bitter herbs and rhinoceros horns we dine at restaurants on the better side of towns with pink table cloths and real flowers in the vases. we hardly go to china town. before i came here, i held his hand. now my heart is a chinese box of riddels, no one understands. i blew hot soup for her on foggy ni
, the dream of rest, that unrest might arise. the dream of the palm, the pilgrims would enter the village. the dream of the village, that they depart with their palms and the house dreaming of his leveling and the exile as well, the dream of night that the day would be purified, the dream of day that the dark would be lifted, and the dream of the dream but who is
it historically and the abc 2 app, getting weather in the palm of your hand is a advancement we should always be aware what he going on. >> it's dream it's since i was kid. and i am not kidding knees not kidding. >> i wanted that power in your palm. oh. by the way, power from don. it will be a good thing. it's welcomeed storm. it will pass to the south of corpus christi and now starting to reach the radar extension off south texas. brownsville right there, south padres island and probably going to pass halfway between there and corpus christi. wind expected to get -- winds expected to get between 60 and 65 when eye makes landfall near or before midnight local time and winds diminish tomorrow andalong the rio grand it will be beneficial -- grande, it will be beneficial rain. local flooding up to 5 to 7 inches but they need that rain. a little wind damage as it comes onshore. this morning, 74 northeastern fallston. and it's muggy and you've had rain. it's 80 in glen burnie and 81 in annapolis. let's show outrain. actually going north -- you the rain. actually going north, this is 83 and the prk
. [unintelligible] >> clearly, this is a very important issue. palm they want to continue with the investigation. here and before you get to the point about public inquiry is, what the public needs to know is that the police will go about their job separately in terms of this investigation. they need to know this and the investigation. >> thank you. >> last friday, a 16 year old constituent of mine was arrested. two other children or arrested. what can they do to make sure the mayor gets on these problems. >> so we are doing is creating a new offense. it would send a very clear message to those who carry it. into threatened and endangered others. they would send a clear message that if you can anyone you would go to jail. >> they are doing the right thing. they should be encouraged. they will penalize them for early repayment. >> there is the detail of what we have been proposing. people who earn more pay back more. >> the prime minister was clear that should be balanced. these are the same explanations you refuse to except. what has changed? >> we have banned this. we have taken action. it is i
that it is awfully static. the view is already blocked by trees, palm trees, what ever they may be. other buildings. talking about telegraph hill, in that area. that mike give us a little better visual sense of what the impact of these particular buildings are going to be. it is supposed to serve the neighborhood. more than one person has come forward and said there are people from all over the city coming here. i don't know if that is an appropriate discussion. but some consideration for that issue, and maybe take a look. i don't know if this is private or not. if we can see what the membership. commissioner borden: the follow- up to that thought, a new club specifically. if you look at projections between existing and that new facilities, whatever the impact will be is relative to a more modern club. i think it is important to address the things the referenced like the underground drug and the water table. i am sure some of the statements about the section needs to be better examined looking at all of the actual impact on pedestrians. and looking at other sort of parking and strategies that might
everything with her courage and her candor. many whose lives she touched said goodbye to her today in palm desert, california, and bill whitaker was there. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: the broad range of people from across the political and social spectrum who paid tribute to betty ford today speaks volumes about this former first lady. in this time of political rancor and mistrust, it was betty ford's wish that her service be bipartisan. republicans shared pews with democrats. when rosalyn carter's husband jimmy carter drove the fords from the white house it ignited an unlikely friendship across the political divide. >> the most appropriate description of betty: someone who had the courage and grace to fight fear, stigma and prejudice wherever she encountered it. >> reporter: ford was remembered today for her compassion and candor at a time when the word "cancer" was only whispered, betty ford told the world in 1974 she had breast cancer. >> there are women all over the country like me and if i don't make this public, then their lives will be gone. they're in jeopardy. >> reporter: her candor c
in palm desert, california where the service took place. good morning. >> good morning. after a public morals service yesterday in palm desert, and betty ford will go to her final resting ground in grand rapids michigan. but on yesterday it was a chance for many to say goodbye. rose is blanketed the caskets of the former first lady. military pallbearers' marched in precision for a woman who lived life to her on beat. >> we celebrate her life, we rejoice in the goodness of its and how she lived it to its fullest leaving no regrets it, only hope and joy. >> there was a eulogy from her close friend former first lady rosalynn carter. she described how most remembered her. >> she was the product advocate for those struggling and brought addiction and mental health problems into the light. >> first lady michelle obama and former first ladies hillary clinton and nancy reagan as well as george w. bush all came to pay tribute. she will be laid to rest next to her husband gerald ford. >> be who you are don't be afraid to get help, don't be afraid to share was the message of her life. >> does a
? >> the woman's name was honor, what are you going to do? >>> we're in palm desert, california, where former presidents and first ladies, dignitaries, friends, family and citizens were invited to gather here and celebrate the life of a giant of an american life, betty ford. >>> also tonight, our exclusive interview with the nation's newest medal of honor recipient. >>> and ann curry in new york with the other stories. >> that's right. heatwave. dangerously hot temperatures impacting more than half the nation as millions are sweating it out and many are asking, why is there so much extreme weather says this these days? >>> and crunch time, a warning shot from the president to american who is rely on monthly social security checks. will it force a deal in those talks in washington? "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. i'm ann curry. our nation suffers a massive and dangerous heatwave. extreme heat is affecting 24 states. it has no less than half of a u.s. population, that's 124 million people, are under a heat advisory tonight. more than 26
from big sur. 104 fresno with 93 yosemite and 86 in los angeles. take a look at the desert, 117 in palm springs. if you are headed out to the sierra nevada today, tonight or tomorrow, look for the mid-80s. rapid snowmelt going on there. and the southern sierra in the 90s. do be careful out there. the water is very cold and running very fast. so a lot of people outdoors this weekend and there's going to be a lot of heat out there, starting to the in the south bay. campbell, 92 degrees today. 94 here and 90 san jose. not close to records but a warm day today on the peninsula. 86 in red wood city, 67 in pacifica. 68 half moon bay. so a nice afternoon if you are one of the many headed out to the the beaches. 70 in the sunset, 76 downtown and in the north bay. numbers rank from the upper 60s, bodega bay. and east bay, 93. 87 in fremont and out over the hills. mid-90sed to there. it will be warmer tomorrow. down by the monterey bay there's a few patches of clouds this morning and that will linger offshore. monterey staying comfortable at 69 and 89 hollister. here's the accuweather forecast. h
served as first lady from 1974 to 1977, passed away in palm springs, california. ford has battled with cancer and substance abuse and inspired millions to seek treatment and co-founded the betty ford addiction center and clinic in california. first lady nancy reagan said, quote, i was deeply saddened this afternoon when i heard of betty ford's death. she has been an inspiration to so many about breast cancer and her wonderful work at the betty ford center. and president obama said, quote, today, we take comfort in the knowledge that her husband, gerald ford, are together once more. mishle and i send our thoughts and prayers to their children. former first lady betty ford has died. a family spokesman said her friends friends and relatives are traveling to palm springs to make funeral arrangements and she will be flown to grand rapids, michigan, for burial, next to her late husband, gerald ford. now back to "on the record," already in progress. casey anthony kill caylee and threw her remains in a nearby swamp. the defense said caylee drowned in the family's pool. i was an accident,
at 6:45 we're we're going to have a live report from palm desert where former presidents, first ladies and other dignitaries will pay their respects to betty ford. >>> time is now 6:36. pg&e is requesting a jury trial to fight the lawsuits filed by the victims of the san bruno explosion. court filing also said pg&e should not have to pay the dozens of people suing. pg&e says the explosion was caused by a third party that weakened the pipeline. that filing also suggested sewer employees even the victims themselves are responsible for any losses. >>> california state university trustees are expected to vote today on a proposed 12% tuition hike. if approved, the hike would cost a full time undergraduate an additional $294 per semester. that means the annual tuition would be more than $5400. it's not clear if the increase would go into effect in the fall or next spring. and then on thursday university of california regents are scheduled to vote on a proposed fee hike for the ucs if the 9.6% tuition hike is approved tuition and fees would like to 12,00200 a year. that hike would take effect
you see the storm staying mainly to the north. 95 in fresno. nearly 110 in palm springs. most of heat is still stuck. dodgers game, cool and calm 62 down to 58. the temperatures step up around thursday and 80 around the bay and mid on 50s at the coast. that is where we should be and it will hover for friday, saturday and sunday. >>> first time home buyers are getting a chance at an incredible deal in sunnyvale this week. it's below market rate program. eligible buyers can put down $50 and get into a lottery. they will be able to purchase homes raising from $433,000 to $468,000. that is half of what the homes should sell for. if you want to get in the lottery, applications will be accepted now through next monday at sunnyvale city hall. >> south africans are paying tribute to nelson mandela who turns 93 today. ♪ ♪ >>> millions of south african children begin that school day of singing a special version of happy birthday. people around the world are asked to mark his birthday by working 67 minutes to the community. >> upcoming marine corps event. >> the latest marine to ask out a ho
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to downplay the release. let tonya drove from west palm beach to protest caseys release. >> she deserves exactly what she did to this poor girl. think trash, and i don't in a million years she should be let out tonight. >> casey should -- could be released as soon as the clock strikes midnight. >> she is not guilty. get over it. >> david does not necessarily support casey, but does support the justice system and the jury that found casey not guilty of murder. >> they are going to release her regardless. they are making sure it will be as safe as possible. i personally do not want to see anyone get hurt. >> the jail is blocking off the parking lot to the booking and release center. a spokesperson said casey's been a typical day in protective custody. her release will be anything but the norm. for her safety, casey is expected to be slipped out secretly instead of march, the front doors like in the past. protesters are frustrated she will get to live the carefree life she liked. >> kasich is getting exactly what she killed her daughter for, which is money, freedom. >> 3 journalists who are
in a private service tuesday in palm desert, california. on wednesday her casket will be flown to grand rapids. delivering her yulology are good friends. >> the relationship that ms. ford and ms. carter had was one of the deepest, i think, richest and ms. ford's life. >> betty ford impacted lives around the world making public her struggles with substance abuse, opening the treatment center that bares her name. on thursday he'll be laid to rest along side her husband. the last wishes of a former first lady. >>> all right check this out. here's something you don't see every day. a grey whale and her baby swimming. he spotted the rare sight. he says it's been a long time since anywhere around here has seen grey whales this far up the river. >> now, maryland's most powerful doppler radar. >>> all right. let's get a look at, again, some of the statistics. it's interesting to point out when you have a high temperature that's that excessive. back in 1936 we had just that. 107-degrees. look at that humidity coming up out of the south. that's going to continue to be what we watch here the next day o
too, low to mid 90s in the central valley. 111 in palm springs and yosemite about 88. tonight we'll see a few more clouds around the coast and few will spill into the bay. upper 50s and low 60s hanging out in the east bay valleys. here is the area of high pressure that will dominate our weather today and tomorrow and storm track is well to the north and temperatures will remain above average and then look at friday, they drop saturday sunday and monday coolest 10-15 depress. >> ford is recalling more than 20,000 pickup trucks and suvs because of the defective switch can cause a turn lights and brake lights to fail. it affects certain 2004 through 2011 ranger pickups and ex curse suvs and 2002 through 2007 f-150 350 and 550 trucks. ford says it knows of know accidents or injuries. they will notify dealers and replace switches for free. >> the n.f.l. one kind of rookie is getting a differed deal. he was drafted by buffalo bills. he would have been on the way to making a million dollars. so he is spending his time cutting grass and doing yard work in the neighborhood he is grew up a
100. palm springs at 104. 75 with sunshine in the afternoon in san diego. heading up to the high country, 90 in yosemite with 78 at lake tahoe. rays are in town to take on the a's, 61 dropping down to kind of a cool 57 degrees by the time the game ends. we'll continue to drop to mid-50s in most neighborhoods. notice where the green is east bay hills, the peninsula, even off to the coast. that is where we'll find the drizzle for tomorrow morning's commute. look at the water vapor imagery, trough of low pressure digging right here. that is what is going to keep us cool today and tomorrow. this starts to lift wednesday, notice the small warming trend. temperatures get closer to average on thursday and then friday, saturday and sunday, temperatures above average mid-80s around the bay but kind of cool at the coast with low to mid-60s. >> dumbville, a picture of me? [ laughter ] >> thank you. >> several major prescription drugs are about to become cheaper. the brand names patents are about to expire. they include lipitor and blood thinner plavix. those are used by nearly six million a
palm trees, warm weather, and look at the girls. and he remained. that's the end of the second part. the third part is in response to the op ed piece that margaret mcpeek wrote in the chronicle and the letters, i don't know if you've read them -- you should pick up -- the letters that a couple of, you know, irish americans wrote in response accusing cousin mcpeek of not having a sense of humor. it has to do with these tee shirts that target has produced for the st. patrick's day parade in which mrs. mcpeek derided the fact that they were making fun of the irish in the united states, you know, things like i survived the kelly murphy family gathering, things like that. and they wrote letters poking fun at what i thought was a couragous op ed piece. so this is in response to the irish americans who don't feel the pride that they should. and please excuse if i manhandle the irish manner of speaking. this is a joke told to me by one of my friends. he said that an american, an irish american, was golfing with his wife on a weekend. and he hit the ball into the rough. went looking for it.
yesterday and palm springs. her husband became president after nixon from watergate scandal. she became more than just a first lady with the social issues, and the establishment of the betty ford center for substance abuse. she admitted to having addiction. she was a strong supporter of equal rights. she faced a public battle of breast cancer and will be buried in grand rapids, michigan. he died in 2006. betty ford was 93. >> still had a deadly rite in new york a man thrown from a roller coaster. >> a deadly-amusement ride. >> a live creeshot from walnut creek. we will be back. the imam we are back. --we are back. the cape canaveral footage. the shuttle heat shield... the will to live for over 800 lbs. of groceries and this applies to the international space station. >> a upstate n.y. theme park amusement park turned deadly. a man ejected from the darian theme park resort, he was a iraq veteran. in a double amputee. there are investigating. the theme park closed after the accident. >> we will try to take another live look from san jose. overcast. ♪ i thought it was over here... ♪ [car ho
in the central valley. 111 in palm springs and yosemite about 88. tonight we'll see a few more clouds around the coast and few will spill into the bay. upper 50s and low 60s hanging out in the east bay valleys. here is the area of high pressure that will dominate our weather today and tomorrow and storm track is well to the north and temperatures will remain above average and then look at friday, they drop saturday sunday and monday coolest 10-15 depress. >> ford is recalling more than 20,000 pickup trucks and suvs because of the defective switch can cause a turn lights and brake lights to fail. it affects certain 2004 through 2011 ranger pickups and ex curse suvs and 2002 through 2007 f-150 350 and 550 trucks. ford says it knows of know accidents or injuries. they will notify dealers and replace switches for free. >> the n.f.l. one kind of rookie is getting a differed deal. he was drafted by buffalo bills. he would have been on the way to making a million dollars. so he is spending his time cutting grass and doing yard work in the neighborhood he is grew up and taking orders from his godfat
of the bay. around stated you see the storm staying mainly to the north. 95 in fresno. nearly 110 in palm springs. most of heat is still stuck. dodgers game, cool and calm 62 down to 58. the temperatures step up around thursday and 80 around the bay and mid on 50s at the coast. that is where we should be and it will hover for friday, saturday and sunday. >>> first time home buyers are getting a chance at an incredible deal in sunnyvale this week. it's below market rate program. eligible buyers can put down $50 and get into a lottery. they will be able to purchase homes raising from $433,000 to $468,000. that is half of what the homes should sell for. if you want to get in the lottery, applications will be accepted now through next monday at sunnyvale city hall. >> south africans are paying tribute to nelson mandela who turns 93 today. ♪ ♪ >>> millions of south african children begin that school day of singing a special version of happy birthday. people around the world are asked to mark his birthday by working 67 minutes to the community. >> upcoming marine corps event. >> the latest
members will hold a private funeral service at st. margaret's episcopal church at palm desert california where the president and mrs. ford lived after he left office. betty ford died friday at the age of 93. >>> rupert murdoch arrived in london for damage control on a recent phone hacking scandal. the news corp. chairman could be seen in the red range rover reading the final edition of the news of the world paper. his son shut down the popular british tabloid as a result of that scandal. public outrage began after allegations that journalists hacked into voicemail accounts of murder victims and families of dead soldiers. news corp. is the parent company of fox 5. >>> right now the news edge is everywhere at 11:00. new secretary of defense leon panetta met with u.s. troops in afghanistan today during an unannounced visit. he met with members of a med i vac team and visited the 115th support hospital before addressing troops at camp dwyer. panetta is now in iraq where he will meet with troupes and government leaders. >>> at least one -- with u.s. troops and government leaders. >>> at least
are traveling around the state. 97 in fresno to 106 in palm springs and tahoe about 77 degrees. it will be partly cloudy tonight at the a's game. second game of a four-game shot, dropping down to 57 degrees. 50s and 60s tonight and mainly cloudy conditions. about 2 degree warming trend tomorrow. notice the lack of clouds as we head into the weekend. by the weekend everybody should be 8-10 degrees warmer with temperatures above average when you move away from the coast. >> thanks, mike. >> this morning, governor jerry brown nominated a u.c. berkeley law professor. he was previously nominated by president obama but that nomination was blocked by republicans who claim he was a judicial activist and too inexperienced. he graduated from yale law school, clerked for ruth bader ginsberg and worked as a litigator in washington. they released a statement applauding the nomination. >> an 18-year-old from richmond is back home nursing his wounds and told a tale of a grizzly bear attack last saturday. he was one of seven teenagers attending a 30-day back education country course when they
to central valley, sacramento and chico, fresno only 93. palm springs, 108 the warm spot. l.a. 77. back home tonight, cloud cover, drizzle especially higher elevations near the coast and temperatures will hang out around the 50s. two areas of low pressure is driving from the jetstream bringing the sea breeze and cooler weather in and will continue to see this cooling trend tomorrow and again on wednesday. we'll drop about another 2-6 degrees, thursday will be cool and then friday, saturday and sunday, gradual warming trend and temperatures getting closer to average, 60 near the coast and mid-80s inland for the weekend. did you know this year's aids walk will be held in just six days, that is right. this sunday, july 17th in golden gate park. register by calling 615 had-walk or visit aidswalk.net. >> it's very easy to do that, online. >> and in outerspace the international space station got a year's worth of groceries. two astronauts used the massive robot arm to pull the container and attach to it orbiting out post. canister has nearly five tons of goods. and there was an old piece of space
factor if you are going to be out in the coliseum this afternoon. warmth moving from palm springs at 106. fresno to 100 to sacramento at 100. parts of the valley may touch 100 but it comes after a night when we are in the 50s. so again it's going to be nice at night. you can see the warm weather moving in as the jetstream stays well to our north. this warming trend will have legs for about another couple days and then you see cooler weather about 6 degrees cooler by monday and tuesday of next week. those temperatures are still close to where they should for this time of the year. >> thank you. >> jet blue airline has unveiled a new deal aimed at business travelers. it's called blue pass. including three unlimited flight plans over a three-month period. they range in price from $1300 to $2,000 and allow travelers to fly to dozen of different cities as long as they fly out of long beach or logan airport. there is a limited number of blue passes. >> coming, we'll get yo >>> today at 3:00, ellen tauscher talks about the debt battle in washington, d.c. and beauty ad pulled for being
because of access issues. and for those who live near dry vegetation like palm 'grass known to smolder for hours if a bottle rocket lands in it. >> sad they don't have the money. i wish we did. >>reporter: but central fire isn't the only department struggling because of bump it constraints. today san jose fire department announced it can't afford to staff every piece of apparatus in its arsenal. that means 2 engine will go out of service every single day. >> our city can't afford to go below 2 l p.city has 1 million people. we are already under staffed with the amount of firefighters and fire engine and truck so there's no way we go below 2. >> department feels stretched thin. frain firefighters laid off and 1 fire station closed last year. l central fire meantime can call in extra firefighters in an emergency situation and they can also lean on neighboring departments for help this weekend. live in capitola, abc 7 news. >>> thanks very much. of course this heat does mane the fir danger particularly high then come begin that with holiday and concern about fireworks and you hav
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